Employment report 2024

This year’s MFin employment report

Our Master of Finance (MFin) employment report captures the data from our most recent graduating class, the class of 2022/23.

Our class of 89 students represented 28 different nationalities and had an average of 4 years’ experience before starting the degree.

Our graduates use their MFin experience to take their careers in new and exciting directions. Some move into new areas of finance, and others use their MFin to work in a new location.

To find out which companies hired our MFin graduates, access the full report.

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Master of Finance (MFin) students in class.

The MFin programme has been a transformative experience, equipping me with essential skills and knowledge. From foundational finance skills, to cutting-edge quantitative techniques, the programme provided me with everything I needed for a successful and impactful career in finance.

Ni Wayan Ariastini (MFin 2022)
Sadia Cuthbert, Head of Careers, Cambridge Judge Business School image

We are proud of our students’ resilience to these very challenging times. Seventy-eight per cent of job seekers had accepted full time jobs 3 months after completing the programme, and 84% had accepted jobs 4 months out. Overall, while the recruitment landscape may have been challenging, our MFin students' success in securing employment and navigating career transitions reflects positively on their abilities and the quality of education and support they receive.

Sadia Cuthbert, Head of Careers, Cambridge Judge Business School

Employed 3 months out


Employed 4 months out


Switched country, function or sector

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MFin employment report screens.